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Launch of "Nelson Point" built for Jetwave Marine Services ... See MoreSee Less

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Mark Watt

What a shame the water wasn’t cleaner. Nothing worse than seaweed and a jet.

Lucky it wasn't Rio, you would have been sacked!! For no personal flotation device worn on line boat!! And omg the working at height breaches !!

Wouldn’t like to be the skipper on a wet or windy day!

Looks good!

Tonka

what is that boat used for

Zac Mankelow Jed Mankelow shale boat 😂

Lee James

Joel Linley Nankiville

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Did you know that Dongara Marine Founder and Director John Fitzhardinge began designing, building, and operating commercial fishing boats in Port Denison in the 1960s, before founding Dongara Marine with his wife Beth in 1975?
Here he is (second from left) on "Silver Trevally", the first boat formally built under the Dongara Marine name.
As the May 1977 issue of "Australian Fisheries" magazine reported the 11.8 metre "Silver Trevally" was constructed from fibreglass, had a top speed of 20 knots, and a cruising speed of 16.5 knots. At the time the owner, John Cole, was Western Australian State President of the Australian Fishing Industry Council.
If you or anyone you know has any photos or tales from our early days we would be glad to hear them."John Cole, John Fitzhardine, Terry Lissiman and Mike Brookes standing on the 1st boat that Dongara Marine built around 1977. It was for John Cole called "Silver Trevally"."
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Did you know that Dongara Marine Founder and Director John Fitzhardinge began designing, building, and operating commercial fishing boats in Port Denison in the 1960s, before founding Dongara Marine with his wife Beth in 1975?
Here he is (second from left) on Silver Trevally, the first boat formally built under the Dongara Marine name.
As the May 1977 issue of Australian Fisheries magazine reported the 11.8 metre Silver Trevally was constructed from fibreglass, had a top speed of 20 knots, and a cruising speed of 16.5 knots. At the time the owner, John Cole, was Western Australian State President of the Australian Fishing Industry Council.
If you or anyone you know has any photos or tales from our early days we would be glad to hear them.

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I Worked for John Fitz in 91/92 he and his wife were and still are great people cheers John👍👍👍

Love seeing this stuff.

We invited "Holdfast" to come out for a spin with "Force of Nature". Both boats built by Dongara Marine Pty Ltd and designed by @Southerly Designs ... See MoreSee Less

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Looking great. Nice to see them in formation👍👍

Boat porn right there.

Spud Robson

Fiona Cockman 😊

Kameron Stein 🤤

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